The Horse and His Boy Live on Stage
If I could, I would add this performance to my calendar. I hope many of you in the D. C. area can attend.
The Horse and His Boy opens this month in Washington, D. C. at the Museum of the Bible. The museum invited the Logos Theatre to present their stage adaptation from C. S. Lewis’ classic Chronicles of Narnia.
The Horse and His Boy will be at the Museum of the Bible from January 20th through March 3rd. The museum has many day and nighttime shows for you to choose from. Pay extra for a special 15-minute immersive journey into Narnia on opening night weekend. Learn more on the Museum of the Bible’s website.
More from The Logos Theater
The Logos Theatre has done several adaptations of The Chronicles of Narnia. Currently, they are showing The Pilgrim’s Progress and other plays. They’re located in Taylors, South Carolina. Is that too far? No problem . . . their virtual theater season has a great selection. I’m going to watch at least two of these: Jane: The Nine Day Queen and The Lions of Trondheim.
- The images are screenshots from the promotion of The Horse and His Boy on The Museum of the Bible web site.
- Watch the thirty-second promo: